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Cincinnati Enquirer Coaches' Poll



1) Woodward 

2) Aiken

3) Taft

7) Hughes


10) Shroder

The AP Southwest Ohio district all-city football teams have officially been released. The CMAC is well represented over multiple divisions with student-athletes being recognized from Aiken High School, Shroder High School, and Taft High School. 



D'Meko Pryor - Defensive 1st Team

Donta Carter - Defensive 2nd Team

Chris'Sean Stringer - Honorable Mention

DaShawn Lawrence - Honorable Mention

Demarco Bradley - Honorable Mention

Ormoni Zanders - Honorable Mention

Antoine Howard - Honorable Mention



KieVaughn Sanks - Defensive 1st Team 

Tahjay Woodward - Offensive 2nd Team

Tim Williams - Offensive 2nd Team

De'Quan Freeman - Honorable Mention

DeMarco Fairbanks - Honorable Mention

Jeremy Pflug - Coach of the Year 


Muhammad Bah - Honorable Mention

Djimon McNear - Honorable Mention

Gerrico Taul - Honorable Mention

Zack Scroghans - Honorable Mention

Corey Lackey - Honorable Mention

Cincinnati Public schools recently held a free youth lacrosse clinic for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Lacrosse is a growing sport nation wide and the CPS district is interested in expanding the interest in inner-city areas. Dick's Sporting Goods made a generous contribution to the event by sponsoring and supplying equipment which included balls, sticks, and nets. Nearly 90 kids from various elementary schools attended the instructional clinic which was instructed by the varsity lacrosse coaches from Walnut Hills High School. 

After the clinic, Dick's Sporting Goods also provided a lacrosse-themed movie presentation that the kids watched while enjoying complimentary popcorn as well. The afternoon proved to be a a great foundation for the sport in CPS and athletics manager Josh Hardin and his staff will continue their efforts to grow the sport starting with interest from elementary students.

As the first week of November comes to an end, so does the fall sports season for schools in the CMAC. This fall, the CMAC witnessed teams compete at a high level in girl's volleyball, boy's soccer, and football. Each student athlete in their respective sport showcased their abilities on and off the field while representing each of their high schools in the highest form and fashion.



Hughes High School and Shroder High School finished the regular season tied for the CMAC lead in varsity volleyball. Both teams finished with a conference record of 8-2 and have been announced co-CMAC champs!

Hughes, Shroder, and Woodward all sent varsity teams to compete in the OHSAA state tournament!


Taft High School finished the season at a mark of 8-3, including running the table in the SOPL American division at 6-0 to take first place. Belmont won the SOPL National division with a 5-0 record against division opponents.

Taft went on to compete in the division IV playoffs again and their program, paired with their student athletes, continue to make great strides in establishing themselves as a team to consistently watch out for in regards to Cincinnati's top teams.

Aiken High School finished the regular season with a record of 7-3 and made their high school's first ever OHSAA state playoff appearance! The Falcons played tough throughout the entire season and will look to make noise next year as they plan on continuing with their success!


Western Hills High School boy's soccer team had a fantastic season and also qualified for the state playoffs. They finished their season with a record of 5-3-1 and will continue making tremendous strides this off season as they prepare to come back even stronger in the fall of 2017!